Monthly:May 2016

25 Job Skills to Leave Off Your Resume

25 Job Skills to Leave Off Your Resume Ever wonder why you didn’t hear back on that dream job? It could be that you were fishing with the wrong bait — which is to say, your résumé was filled with skills that didn’t impress. Three out of four full-time employed workers are open to or actively searching for a new job opportunity, CareerBuilder reported in March, which means open positions are still scarce and competition is fierce. One in four […]

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Temp-Worker Freeze Bodes Ill for Economy

Temp-Worker Freeze Bodes Ill for Economy Eric Morath One of the labor market’s early-warning signs may be flashing trouble. Hiring by staffing agencies has ground to a halt so far in 2016, a worrisome sign because the category fell off before a broader job-market slowdown ahead of the past two recessions. Many economists look at the sector as a leading indicator because cautious firms tend to first hire temps when an expansion begins and dismiss those nonpermanent workers when they […]

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IBM layoffs continue

IBM layoffs continue By Robert McMillan Published: May 20, 2016 7:04 p.m. ET

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Storytelling: The Trick to Appearing Smarter and More Attractive

Storytelling: The Trick to Appearing Smarter and More Attractive The Cheat Sheet 17 hours ago

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3 Interview Questions To Start Asking Now, And 3 You Should Retire

3 Interview Questions To Start Asking Now, And 3 You Should Retire Forbes 6 hours ago

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Is it better to be the first or last interviewed?

Editor’s note: Inc.com columnist Alison Green answers questions about workplace and management issues-everything from how to deal with a micromanaging boss to how to talk to someone on your team about body odor. Here’s a roundup of answers to five questions from readers. 1. Is it better to be the first or last interviewed? http://www.inc.com/alison-green/is-it-better-to-be-interviewed-first-or-last.html My husband was recently invited to interview for a position he applied for. He was told that they were conducting two sessions of five back-to-back […]

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New Study Reveals That Millennial Underemployment Is On The Rise

New Study Reveals That Millennial Underemployment Is On The Rise

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Here’s the Proven Secret to an Irresistible LinkedIn Photo

Here’s the Proven Secret to an Irresistible LinkedIn Photo LinkedIn profiles with good photos are 14X more likely to get viewed… here’s what you need to make yours better. Something many people dread about creating a LinkedIn profile is choosing their headshot. With good reason, since it’s pretty easy to mess up. There are already nine different types of LinkedIn photo ‘epic fails’ on record – putting the pressure on us all to choose wisely. It’s Not How Much You […]

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Facebook’s Bias Is Built-In, and Bears Watching

Facebook’s Bias Is Built-In, and Bears Watching

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Factory Workers Are The New Burger Flippers, Study Shows

Factory Workers Are The New Burger Flippers, Study Shows ne of the rallying cries of the Fight for $15 movement is that employers like McDonald’s (MCD) make billions in profits on the backs of taxpayers. In the view of the political left, companies shouldn’t be credited for employing large numbers of workers with modest skills, but rather vilified for paying so little that workers need to rely on food stamps, Medicaid and earned income tax credits. Now that same low-wage […]

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28% of Time Spent Online is Social Networking

28% of Time Spent Online is Social Networking By Shea Bennett on Jan. 27, 2015 – 9:00 AM How much time do you spend each day on social networks? According to new data, the average user logs 1.72 hours per day on social platforms, which represents about 28 percent of all online activity. GlobalWebIndex polled 170,000 internet users about their internet habits, and found that average usage times for social media sites rose from 1.66 hours per day in 2013 […]

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This is How Much Time we Spend on Social Networks Every Day

This is How Much Time we Spend on Social Networks Every Day By Shea Bennett on Nov. 18, 2014 –

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3 hidden costs of switching jobs

3 hidden costs of switching jobs

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6 things you must know before a job interview

6 things you must know before a job interview

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We Have Become an Idiocracy

We Have Become an Idiocracy

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